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    PEP stock shock heart transplant

    Has anyone here had this service done? SFRacing does this modification along with a few others. I'm just wondering how it would compare to a PEP rear shock. I currently have an Ella stage 3 that is just not working for me. It's been serviced but compared to my buddies 450r fox podium the Ella just doesn't perform well. Just looking for comparisons if you've had this mod done. I've talked to Seth at SF Racing and I know he does great work, just looking for first hand experience from others. Thanks for any info here's a pic of a rebuilt stock rear.
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    I did a stock with pep rebuild, and absolutely love it. I can't compare it with a normal pep shock though, but have been told they are close to the same, and some actually like them better.
    Although mine looks absolutely nothing like the pic you posted above.

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    I should add, I'm 285.

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    @jto1 Cool thanks for that info! That pic is one of his recent ones he's done with a PEP 8 click reservoir. Here's another shock.

    IMG_1531.JPG

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    don't forget about maul tech. andy isn't with us but his guys know whats up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWrider View Post
    @jto1 Cool thanks for that info! That pic is one of his recent ones he's done with a PEP 8 click reservoir. Here's another shock.

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    That one is it. Seth did great work, and I would recommend him to anybody. Mine is set up for xc, and is a soft natured shock. It handles the load well, and is smooth as butter. I've hit jumps with it, and whoops, and the rebound and compression is spot on from his settings. I really do like it, and its 110% a better shock than the works I had to compare it to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWrider View Post
    @jto1 Cool thanks for that info! That pic is one of his recent ones he's done with a PEP 8 click reservoir. Here's another shock.

    IMG_1531.JPG
    Bryan is this going to be for dunes or for racing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeans1 View Post
    Bryan is this going to be for dunes or for racing?
    It'd be for racing

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    Thanks for the post--I didn't know about this place. Looks like I'm going to get him to rebuild my rear shock using PEP parts.

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    the shock pictured in the 1st post is a $800 shock. PEP heart trans plant, 8 click can, ano body, powdered spring, new line, there is more that I can't explain. the mount for the resi I believe is $145. it is essentially a new shock

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